Alpine CDA-117Ri - Radio CD/USB/controlador de iPod
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Descripción del producto
Banda AM: 531 - 1.602 kHz
Banda FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz
Bandas de radio soportadas: AM, FM
Cantidad de bandas en ecualizador: 7
Cantidad de estaciones predeterminadas: 30
Color de iluminación clave: Azul
Color del producto: Negro
Convertidor de audio D/A: 24-bit
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 178 x 50 x 160 mm
Iluminación de la pantalla: Y
Intervalo de frecuencia: 5 - 20000 Hz
Listo para iPod: Si
Mando a distancia: Si
Número de discos: 1
Peso: 1,6 kg
Potencia de salida: 200W
RDS, sintonizador incluido: Si
Relación señal/ruido (SNR): 105 Db
Reproducción MP3: Si
Reproducción de CD-R: Si
Reproducción de CD-RW: Si
Reproducción de video DVD: No
Tipo de archivo: MP3, AAC, WMA
Tipo de visualizador: LCD
Tipos de discos soportados: CD, CD-R, CD-RW
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I have not had the opportunity to have it installed so I can not comment on its performance or durability, however; in my last car I had a different Alpine CD head unit and it performed perfectly for as long as I had the car (8 years) I can say that I like Alpine very much, primarily because of the high quality sound and reliability. I am supposing that the CDA 117 will be in this tradition. I have read excellent reports about its extensive control as well. I have listened to the Alpine CDA 117 at a custom install shop for an entire afternoon and it was by far the best sounding unit they had, which included most all of the Alpine line as well as other major brands. I listened to classical CD's, FM, and flash drive, all sounded superb. Some other units sounded good on some sources but not good on other sources Alpine was good on all input.
Some reviewers have complained about the file organization, to me that is secondary, it is sound reproduction that counts, I don't fiddle with controls while driving, I would prefer to stay alive. The file set up works fine for my needs as tested in the install shop.
PROS: All kinds of inputs, short of video and high speed internet. The onboard parametric and graphic EQ mean that I don't need to be linked with the MultiEQ of the processor to make EQ adjustments, as was the case with the 9886 and H100. Oh, and did I mention overall quality?
MIDDLE GROUND: I miss the separate connections for iPod and USB. The 9886's iPod connection was via the "full speed" cable, leaving a USB open for thumb drives tunes. The 117 has one USB that must be shared, plus you have to insert the iPod adapter to the USB. I tried using a Y adapter from the mall shack store but it didn't carry the signal. A forum writer mentioned that the USB connection is better for iPod because it uses the superior D/A converter of the 117 rather than the old analog. For me the iPod is mostly for podcasts, so I don't care about the quality of signal.
CONS: Beware of the three slide switches on the bottom of the unit. They are for switching to/from internal amp and external amp. Mine on the 117 were REVERSED. You'd think that sliding the switch toward the "ext" marking and away from the "normal" means external amp, but mine works by moving away from "ext". No sound at setup? Reverse the switches. Minor cons: The detachable faceplate is very touchy to clip on. Not due to lack of dexterity on my part, but at night I have wished for a miner's head light for this task. Very minor cons: I wish the display dimmer adjustments had lower settings, so I wouldn't have to use the blackout option during night driving. There are a couple of things too minor to mention, lest I give the impression the 117 is not an GREAT PRODUCT.
UPDATE ***July24 2012****
Installed D class amp 800/1200W and 12" SONY Explod woofer, that I got out of my home theatre setup.
Connecting sub amp to Alpine was easy and menu settings to adjust BASS level and setup BASE mode where BASS is automatically increased when main volume is low. Sounds very good and really there is no complaints about Alpine controls. You really can tune in that radio to your liking. I use bluetooth with radio all the time as well. USB memory flash playback works very well. Only one complaint I have is that Alpine idea of separating music in BANK 1, 2, 3 is odd and not intuitive how it is done. It takes time to find the right folder on USB card to play and figure out which bank is the folder you are looking for is in.